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Child Custody Modifications

Seek Legal Counsel from a Tampa Divorce Lawyer

Life can change after divorce. As you move on, you might seek to make several improvements and lifestyle choices that were vastly different from your former life. However, you may feel cemented in a certain place thanks to your divorce settlement. Whether it has to do with child custody or spousal support, this can hold you back from your next step.

The good news is that you may be able to modify your child custody agreements to better suit your child's needs as well as your own. You can also pursue an enforcement if you find that your spouse is not holding up their end of the agreement.

Whatever your situation might be, you should retain the help of a qualified attorney, like Catherine W. Real, P.A. With more than 35 years practicing in many areas of divorce and family law, she can help seamlessly resolve your child custody modification matter. Schedule a case evaluation with the firm today!

When should you pursue a modification?

The first issue you might need to think about is how the modification can benefit your children. This is what the courts will be focused on when making their decision. You will need to be able to prove why your situation needs to be adjusted and what your intentions are for the end result.

The following scenarios can be used to strengthen your proposed modification:

  • You or your ex-spouse has gained new employment
  • Show that you or your ex-spouse's living situation has changed
  • Children have requested a change
  • You or your ex-spouse has moved away
  • Child is showing problems with behavior or attitude
  • You or your ex-spouse has trouble fulfilling visitation agreements

You may need to provide thorough documentation of any of the above scenarios for the courts to decide. The courts do not always take the time to consider custody modifications, so it is in your best interests to consult with a Tampa child custody lawyer to ensure that all of your paperwork is in order and that you have a strong case built in your favor.

Helping You Find Your Desired Resolution

Attorney Catherine W. Real is committed to providing effective solutions to any case involving the following:

She understands your need to grow and accommodate you and your child's new lifestyle. That is why she can adapt to your needs as well. She is here to handle any number of challenging cases and has done so before, whether a case has gone to trial or not.

Trust Attorney Catherine W. Real to assist with your child custody modification case. Schedule your free consultation today!

  • Experienced Advocacy

    Get help from the trustworthy legal counsel from a former prosecutor and 35+ years' experience

    More About the Firm
  • Professional Reputation

    Read what real judges have to say about the work Catherine Real provides to her clients.

    Real Testimony
  • Mediation Services

    Our Florida Supreme Court Family Law Mediator offers an alternative to a contested divorce.

    Choose Mediation
  • Request Your Consultation

    Ready to discuss your case? Contact the firm today to request a meeting with Attorney Real.

    Get Started Now

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Tampa Divorce Attorney
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